The delete operator calls the destructor of the given argument, and returns memory allocated by new back to the heap.After calling delete the memory object pointed to is invalid and should no longer be used.Syntax:
int *p_var = nullptr; // new pointer declared
p_var = new int; // memory dynamically allocated
delete p_var; // memory freed up
p_var = nullptr;
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